Trade Guild #
Clones of bourgeois and higher social status can work in the Trade Guild.
Conditions of employment #
To work, the clone requires a working tool: a pen (for all positions).
A clone can only hold one position in a given enterprise. Work can be combined with work at other state-owned enterprises (except for the Meat Factory).
Bourgeois and clones of higher status begin their careers in this enterprise as a broker. If the characteristics meet the conditions of employment for a higher position, the clone will be transferred to it automatically.
While working at this facility, the clone consumes one point of stamina per day. In the case when a clone works simultaneously at different state-owned enterprises, the stamina consumption is summed up. A clone who does not have enough stamina to perform the duties will receive a reprimand in lieu of pay. Having received reprimands in this position for three consecutive days, he will be fired.
At any time, the clone can resign of his own free will.
Salary size #
Salaries to all employees of the Trade Guild are paid daily at checkout time (after 00:00 GMT) in one part - an additional bonus.
Also, your clone will be awarded experience units daily, their number depends on the position occupied.
Detailed information for each position can be seen on the company page by hovering over the position name.
Additional bonus #
Trade Guild employees can receive bonuses. The size of the bonus depends on the number of points of the “Trademan Authority” characteristic of the clone. The higher the authority, the higher his bonus will be. If a clone has 0 points or their number is not enough to receive the minimum payout (0.0001 gold coins), then the clone will not receive a bonus that day.
The value of the “Trader’s Authority” characteristic can be increased by engaging in trading in the Trade Guild (except for the currency exchange). Every full 10 gold coins received or spent in trading operations gives 1 merchant authority point. Points accumulate continuously throughout the clone’s life. Points are recalculated once a day at checkout time (after 00:00 GMT). Every day the state transfers to the Trade Guild Prize Fund:
- 5% of the Trade Guild’s profits (from commissions paid by merchants).
At the estimated time, the Trade Guild bonus fund accumulated based on the results of the past day is paid in three parts:
- 50% of the fund - to all brokers, in proportion to the amount of authority of the trader of each clone;
- 40% of the fund - to all administrators, in proportion to the amount of authority of the merchant of each clone;
- 10% of the fund - to all managers, in proportion to the amount of authority of the merchant of each clone.
Number of jobs and promotions #
Each position has a different number of job openings. This amount is calculated according to the following rules:
- the number of jobs for a broker position is not limited;
- There is 1 administrator for every 10 brokers;
- There is 1 manager for every 20 administrators.
Recalculation of the number of positions, transfer from position to position and opening of new vacancies at higher positions occurs at the estimated time (after 00:00 GMT).
Also, during the working day, one or more of the already occupied positions may become vacant (if the clone resigns of his own free will or is fired for other reasons). In this case, the company will display available places.
If there are not enough lower-level employees, the vacancy for a management position will be filled at the estimated time. In this case, the employee with the lowest trader authority value will be transferred to a lower position.
To occupy a higher position, your clone must meet the following requirements:
- have the necessary social status (or higher);
- have a merchant authority higher than that of a clone in last place in the ranking with a higher position.
If these conditions are met, at the end of the working day, your clone will be promoted to position, and the clone who previously occupied it will be demoted to a lower level.
The higher social status of a clone does not increase the chance of obtaining a higher position in a given enterprise. It only determines the opportunity to occupy a particular position. The increase is affected only by the level of specialized knowledge. Only if two competing clones have equal merchant authority values, priority is given to the clone with a higher social status. If the statuses are equal, priority is given to the clone with the greatest continuous work experience at the given enterprise.